Six Strategies For a Good Night Sleep Part 1

 Pro-active self-care for sounder sleep Everyone who suffers from sporadic or chronic sleep disorders can benefit from sleep training. In this context it is actually irrelevant what has caused your sleeping problems. Long-term sleep disorders will cause stress and worries. People, who have trouble finding sleep, often develop actual fear of sleep and beds. This … Continue reading Six Strategies For a Good Night Sleep Part 1

Sleep 3 – Sleeping Problems and the Consequences

What is a sleeping problem? What can be considered as a sleeping problem? Symptoms of insomnia (sleeping problems) are: Sleep that doesn't recover and comes with - difficulty of falling asleep (taking longer than 30 minutes) and/or - difficulty of sleeping a whole night (waking up during the night or too early). Normally we distinguish … Continue reading Sleep 3 – Sleeping Problems and the Consequences

Sleep 2 – Human sleep

How much sleep do you need ? Every US citizen spends on average 8,22 hours every day in bed. The findings of the institute for statistics are almost the same as those of scientists. The usual time of sleep for an adult person is between 6 and 9,5 hours. Some doctors specialized on sleep recommend 7 to 8 hours … Continue reading Sleep 2 – Human sleep

Sleep 1 – A voyage through the night

You can't sleep?  People suffering from insomnia or have other trouble with their sleep, get here information about the nature of sleep. Wrong convictions can cause unnecessary fear and aggravate existing problems. On the following pages you can find the most important information about what happens during a night of sleep and the steps you … Continue reading Sleep 1 – A voyage through the night